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News Release
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Media Relations
   
   
Community Redevelopment Agency Funds High Tech Crime Fighting NA11277rh


Wireless Camera System Goes Live in LAPD’s Foothill Area

WHAT:
News Conference
    
WHEN:
Monday December 19, 2011
9 a.m.

WHERE:
LAPD’s Foothill Community Police Station
12760 Osborne Street
Pacoima, California  91331
    
WHO:
Los Angeles City Councilmember Richard Alarcon, Council District 7
LAPD Foothill Area Command Staff
                        
WHY:
In June 2008, based on a request made by Councilmember Richard Alarcon, the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles approved funding for a wireless security camera system in the Pacoima area of Los Angeles.

The surveillance camera system is now fully operational.

VISUALS:
Immediately following the News Conference, media personnel will be invited to monitor the cameras.  Television news personnel will also be welcome to send a crew to the camera coverage area.  Camera crews will be allowed to enter the Watch Commanders office and film news personnel in the camera coverage area.

CONTACT:
For more information, please call LAPD Media Relations Section at 213-486-5910. 


     
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